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Facts regarding Lok Sabha Election 2014

The electoral rolls in accordance to which the list of voters have been prepared have been updated with January 1 2014 as the cut- off date.

On April 7 the electorates vote for 6 constituencies, on April 9 for 7 constituencies, on April 10 for 92 constituencies, on April 12 for 7 constituencies, on April 17 for 120 constituencies, on April 24 for 117 constituencies, on April 30 for 89 constituencies, on May 7 for 64 constituencies and on May 12 for 41 constituencies. The total number of parliamentary constituencies in India is 543.

The five constituencies in Assam where polling was conducted on April 7 were Tezpur, Kaliabor, Jorhat, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur . In Tripura polling for the Tripura (West) constituency took place. The Lok Sabha elections in India will select its next House of Commons and form a government under a new Prime Minister.

The break-up of the parliamentary consituencies in the various states for the schedule of April 9 are Arunachal Pradesh (2), Manipur (1), Meghalaya (2), Mizoram (1) and Nagaland (1).

On April 10 the following are the number of constituencies for which the polls will be conducted. Bihar (6), Chhattisgarh (1), Haryana (10), Jammu and Kashmir (1), Jharkhand (5), Kerala (20), Madhya Pradesh (9), Maharashtra (10), Odisha (10), Uttar Pradesh (10), Andaman and Nicobar (1), Chandigarh (1), Lakshadweep (1), Delhi (7)

On April 12 Sikkim, Tripura, Assam and Goa will vote for 1, 1, 3 and 2 parliamentary constituencies’ respectively.

On April 17 the following states will conduct voting in the mentioned number of constituencies. Bihar (7), Chhattisgarh (3), Jammu and Kashmir (1), Jharkhand (5), Karnataka (28), Madhya Pradesh (10), Maharashtra (19), Manipur (1), Odisha (11), Rajasthan (20), Uttar Pradesh (11), West Bengal (4)

On April 24 the schedule for the states are as follows. Assam (6), Bihar (7), Chhattisgarh (7), Jammu and Kashmir (1), Jharkhand (4), Madhya Pradesh (10), Maharashtra (19), Rajasthan (5), Tamil Nadu (39), Uttar Pradesh (12), West Bengal (6), Puducherry (1)

On April 30 the schedule for the states are as follows. Andhra Pradesh (17), Bihar (7), Gujarat (26), Jammu and Kashmir (1), Punjab (13), Uttar Pradesh (14), West Bengal (9), Dadra and Nagar Haveli (1), Daman and Diu (1)

On May 7 the schedule for the states are as follows. Andhra Pradesh (25), Bihar (7), Jammu and Kashmir (2), Uttar Pradesh (15), Uttarakhand (5), West Bengal (6), Himachal Pradesh (4)

On May 12 the schedule for the states are as follows. Bihar (6), Uttar Pradesh (18), West Bengal (17)

The total number of days for the entire electoral process is 72 days this time. As many as 28,314 transgenders enrolled as others, 11,844 overseas electors and 13.28 lakh service electors will also vote during these polls.

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